2 spaces available in this strip center

1781-1809 Pearl Rd Brunswick, OH 44212

1781-1809 Pearl Rd, Brunswick, OH, 44212
1781-1809 Pearl Rd, Brunswick, OH, 44212
FOR LEASE
Property Type:
Neighborhood Center
Last Verified:
Jun 08, 2020

Highlights

  • Available SF: 1,800 - 7,000 SF
  • CAM: $0.25/SF Bi-Annual
  • Lot Size: 2.55 Acres
  • Year Built: 1978
  • Building Size: 27,500 SF
  • Renovated: 2013
  • Zoning: C-G
  • Market: Greater Medina
  • Ceiling Height: 10'
  • Traffic Count: 13,500
  • Parking Spaces: 99

Description

Archway Plaza is a 1,800 SF - 7,000 SF of contiguous space and is an L-shaped strip mall with a covered walkway in the City of Brunswick. The plaza is zoned General Commercial and is a mix of office and retail. It sits on 2.55 acres and there are 99 parking spaces. This is a high traffic and high visibility location at a traffic light. $.25/SF Bi-Annual CAM. All units are +utilities.

Archway Plaza is located at the southeast corner of the intersection of Pearl Road and Laurel Road in the City of Brunswick, northern Medina County, and Northeast Ohio. Only 3.5 miles west of the I-71 at SR-303 interchange with easy access to Cleveland, Columbus, the Ohio Turnpike and the Cleveland Hopkins Airport.


Year Built: 1978
Building Size: 27500.0sq ft
Building Class: C
Lot Size: 0.0 acres

Units for Lease

Suite 1791
Space Available: 1800 SF
Lease Type: Modified Gross

Price Per Sqft/Year: $7.83
Suite 1785-2nd floor
Space Available: 7000 SF
Lease Type: Modified Gross

Price Per Sqft/Year: $3.0

Map of 1781-1809 Pearl Rd, Brunswick, OH, 44212

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